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PM Dr. Russayani Ismail


Prof. Madya

UUM College of Arts and Sciences

Universiti Utara Malaysia

Economics of Education, Financing Education, Public Finance, Microeconomic Theory

PREVIOUS APPOINTMENT: · Assistant Director, Human Resource Development Council ( July 1994-end 1994) · Officer, Bank Buruh (M) Berhad (end 1994 - Feb 1995) · Tutor , Universiti Utara Malaysia (1995-1996) · Lecturer, Universiti Utara Malaysia (1996 - present) · Director , Institute of Economics Research, UUM (2007)

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS: · Ph.D, in Economics of Education, University Of Exeter, United Kingdom, 2006. · MSc. Economics, University of Exeter, United Kingdom, 1996. · B.Ec (Hons) Economics, Universiti Islam Antarabangsa , 1994.

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  1. Ismail, Russayani and Myles, Gareth D. (2015) The graduate tax when education is a signal. Research in Economics. ISSN 1090-9443
  2. Umar, Habibu Mohammed and Ismail, Russayani and Lim, Hock Eam (2014) A spatial econometrics analysis of educational distribution and regional income disparities in Nigeria. In: 2nd International Conference on Emerging Trends in Scientific Research, 1-2 November, 2014, Pearl International Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  3. Ahmad, Abdul Razaq and Chang, Da Wan and Ismail, Russayani and Yew, Meng Lai and Ayub, Zainal Amin (2016) Reflections and the way forward. In: Higher Education in the Middle East and North Africa. Springer, Singapore, pp. 147-155. ISBN 978-981-10-1054-5
  4. Ahmad, Abdul Razaq and Chang, Da Wan and Ismail, Russayani and Lai, Yew Meng and Ayub, Zainal Amin (2016) State of Palestine. In: Higher Education in the Middle East and North Africa. Springer, Singapore, pp. 41-60. ISBN 978-981-10-1054-5
  5. Ismail, Russayani and Yew, Meng Lai and Ayub, Zainal Amin and Ahmad, Abdul Razak and Chang, Da Wan (2016) Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. In: Higher Education in the Middle East and North Africa. Springer, Singapore, pp. 127-146. ISBN 978-981-10-1054-5